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News Around Illinois - January 13, 2020

Soldier from Illinois Killed In Afghanistan; Voters accidentally sent extra registration cards; Birth certificates for Transgender Fathers will be updated.

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News Around Illinois - January 10, 2020

McClain wont talk; U of I Police Chief is moving; Governor wants cash bail to end; Coyotes have Chicago on alert.

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The 21st Show

What Illinois Can Learn From The Wildfires In Australia And How You Can Help

About 32,000 square miles have burned in Australia since the unprecedented bushfires began in October. If those fires occurred in Illinois, that would cover an area stretching from Rockford, to the Chicago Suburbs and down to Springfield -- an area about the size of our neighboring state Indiana. 

The 21st Show

The 21st—Thursday, January 9, 2020

On Today's 21st: It’s 2020, which, in addition to legal cannabis, also means we’re in the midst of a massive gambling expansion in Illinois. We spoke with psychiatric professionals about how to spot problem behavior, whether at a stadium or a corner store. Plus, the debate over same-sex marriage and whether to include LGBT clergy has been dividing the United Methodist Church for years. Now a proposal from church leadership could formally split the church over the issue.  And, the wildfires in Australia are so vast, they’d cover about a third of Illinois. What can we learn from their experience, and how you can help.

Illinois' Ayo Dosunmu slams in two of his 18 points in the Illini's 71-70 win over Wisconsin Wednesday in Madison.

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Illini Snap Losing Streak Against Wisconsin 71-70

The Fighting Illini men's basketball team beat Wisconsin 71-70 Wednesday night in Madison. Ayo Dosunmu scored 18 points and dished a game-high 6 assists — more than the entire Badger team combined — leading the Illini to its first win at the Kohl Center since 2010.

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News Around Illinois - January 9, 2020

Illinois Senator has harsh words for the President; Chicago flyers forced to dump marijuana; and a new Midwest lead for the EPA.

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